Preliminary finalists Melbourne and Adelaide have dominated the AFLW All-Australian squad for 2022. Combining for 13 of the 40 chosen, the two sides, who both only lost one game this season, have had their fantastic campaigns rewarded.
Melbourne have had seven players nominated for the team, while the Crows had six players put up for contention.
All 14 sides in the competition have at least one candidate as part of the squad, with Gold Coast, West Coast and GWS having just the sole player in the squad each, reflecting the growing list of talent within the competition.
Young Dee Shelley Heath and rising Blue Mimi Hill have been recognised for their fantastic performances throughout this season, with Hill receiving the nomination despite only playing six of the 10 matches this season.
Irishwomen Orla O'Dwyer (Brisbane) and Cora Staunton (GWS) will look to become the first Irish natives to feature in the prestigious team since Dees legend Jim Stynes, who featured in both the 1991 and 1993 AFL teams.
Blue Breann Moody and Demon Lauren Pearce are the two candidates up for the ruck spot in the final 21, while Tara Bohanna caps off a memorable debut campaign after slipping through the draft to join the Suns as an injury replacement player.
The final team of 21 is set to be announced at the W Awards on Tuesday night with a group of ten selectors set to cut down the squad.